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Good afternoon. I really want to go next week to this show. Is the Posto Unico for 15 euros a lot of different from the primo settore centrale for 25 euros? Most likely I am going to be myself. Also, how far is the Teatro Palapartenope from the Naples International Airport in bus?
Hi Diana – depending on how they configure it, the Palapartenope can hold up to 6000 spectators so surely there will be a difference in price and posto unico could also mean general admission – not reserved seating. The Palapartenope is in Fuorigrotta not far from the NATO Base. It’s on the other side of the city, about 15km from the airport, so not very easy to reach by bus. If you do want to use mass transit, your best bet would be to take the Alibus or a city bus to the Central Train Station and then catch Metro Line 2 to Bagnoli. From there it is a 15 or 20 minute walk.
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